Comment 16 for bug 1234546

That's the way I use 13.10 on my XPS. But I'm pretty sure, in that case,
you just start in Bios mode and not in UEFI. That's why it works. I made
several testing with USB key, booting in Bios mode always works, booting in
UEFI never.

On Sat, Oct 19, 2013 at 5:57 AM, Steve Beaulac
<email address hidden>wrote:

> I was able to get UEFI working with kernel 3.11.0-12-generic on my XPS
> 13 L322x HD
> I booted into my XPS bios setup, navigated to the boot tab, and
> configure the setting as below;
> Secure Boot: Disable
> Load Legacy Option Rom: Enabled
> Boot List Option: UEFI
> As stated in my previous comment (#12) I had the backlight and screen
> refresh issues. Now I can see my desktop and adjust my brightness.
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